Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2019

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A Cityjet CRJ900 operating SN2045 from Brussels to Birmingham is returning to Brussels. It flew a few circles above the North Sea to lose some weight.

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TUI fly Belgium’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner stuck in Cancun, Mexico after technical issue
Around 300 passengers got stranded in Cancun, Mexico after a technical issue with a TUI fly Belgium Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner (OO-JDL). On 18 November – three days ago – the aircraft uneventfully departed Brussels, Belgium towards Cancun, Mexico. The holiday airline, however, was forced to cancel the return flight after a problem with the aircraft’s rudder. While passengers were accommodated in a hotel, a spare part was flown in to fix the technical issue. Subsequently, the passengers are expected to return to Belgium this evening, spokesman Piet Demeyere confirmed to Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... cal-issue/
TB-352 18 Nov Cancun-Brussels OO-JDL is finally airborne:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... l#22ec90ca

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Passenger wrote:
21 Nov 2019, 20:45
TUI fly Belgium’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner stuck in Cancun, Mexico after technical issue
Around 300 passengers got stranded in Cancun, Mexico after a technical issue with a TUI fly Belgium Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner (OO-JDL). On 18 November – three days ago – the aircraft uneventfully departed Brussels, Belgium towards Cancun, Mexico. The holiday airline, however, was forced to cancel the return flight after a problem with the aircraft’s rudder. While passengers were accommodated in a hotel, a spare part was flown in to fix the technical issue. Subsequently, the passengers are expected to return to Belgium this evening, spokesman Piet Demeyere confirmed to Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... cal-issue/
TB-352 18 Nov Cancun-Brussels OO-JDL is finally airborne:
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... l#22ec90ca
It is strange that Het Laatste Nieuws talks about 350 passengers when the capacity of TUI's 787 is 300 passengers.
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sn26567 wrote:
21 Nov 2019, 21:36

It is strange that Het Laatste Nieuws talks about 350 passengers when the capacity of TUI's 787 is 300 passengers.
Nope, it's 305 -)

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737MAX wrote:
22 Nov 2019, 08:46
sn26567 wrote:
21 Nov 2019, 21:36

It is strange that Het Laatste Nieuws talks about 350 passengers when the capacity of TUI's 787 is 300 passengers.
Nope, it's 305 -)
TUI fly BE website ("our fleet") says 300. But I guess insiders know better...
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Isn’t there a difference in configuration between JDL and LOE?
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KriVa wrote:
22 Nov 2019, 21:09
Isn’t there a difference in configuration between JDL and LOE?
Indeed, according to Airfleets.net :
OO-JDL
W : 25
Y : 280

OO-LOE
W : 47
Y : 253

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I will not return to the festival of cancellations that seems to start again at SN. Only 7 long-haul planes in the air and no possibility to find a replacement plane. No Toronto as usual. That said, all flights to Africa usually leave daily with significant delays. What can justify it? Zero anticipation or permanent problem of last minute. Douala 1h30 late, Dakar 1h today. If the connecting passengers are expected, as there will soon be no connection, the problem will resolve itself ...

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OO-SFU had been damaged on its nose gear after a push back incident on Saturday morning.

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b.lufthansa wrote:
24 Nov 2019, 00:45
OO-SFU had been damaged on its nose gear after a push back incident on Saturday morning.
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... ose-wheel/
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Diversion ? Flight AA 204 PHL AMS arrived @ BRU around 11 AM. B767-3 N344AN

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Correct. AUA3EM diverted as well.
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Both due to fog and unusual long holding time.
AA is the first time since 2016, if I'm not wrong.
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11h40 local time planned flyby 4 F16 EBBR for the start of the military cohousing at skeyes.

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John wrote:
02 Dec 2019, 08:18
11h40 local time planned flyby 4 F16 EBBR for the start of the military cohousing at skeyes.
Welcome to Aviation24.be, John.

Sorry to have approved your first post too late for the fly-by. But you can enjoy my picture of the fly-by in the BRU spotting forum of 2/12/2019: viewtopic.php?f=21&t=67660&p=389754#p389754
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military cohousing at skeyes
Hear! Hear! Did I miss something?

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OO-SSI is AOG in AGP, Málaga.

She landed there yesterday but the SN3736 AGP-BRU she was to operate at 13:05 was cancelled.

On BRU web site, an SN1956 (?!) to arrive today from AGP at 1745 is cancelled.

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b.lufthansa wrote:
24 Nov 2019, 00:45
OO-SFU had been damaged on its nose gear after a push back incident on Saturday morning.

SFU stretching her wings this morning.
OO-SFU 20191203.png
About to perform the SN201 to Dakar.
This flight was to be operated by SFG but yesterday afternoon Uniform was put in line instead.
This morning some more time was requested to dust off the lady and the 11:25 departure has been postponed till 16:00, for the moment.

Fly SN, fly !

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Homo Aeroportus wrote:
03 Dec 2019, 11:09
b.lufthansa wrote:
24 Nov 2019, 00:45
OO-SFU had been damaged on its nose gear after a push back incident on Saturday morning.

SFU stretching her wings this morning.

OO-SFU 20191203.png

About to perform the SN201 to Dakar.
This flight was to be operated by SFG but yesterday afternoon Uniform was put in line instead.
This morning some more time was requested to dust off the lady and the 11:25 departure has been postponed till 16:00, for the moment.

Fly SN, fly !

H.A.
So we replaced a plane able to fly by a plane that was not ... beautiful management!

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According to flightstats.com, a 332 (unidentified) was planned to operate SN243 to FNA-ROB.
It got replaced by Golf yesterday early afternoon, at the same time the swap to Uniform was made on SN201.
Maybe a 333 was needed to run Freetown-Monrovia, or Ops felt that Uniform needed a bit more time to be ready today.

SFU got towed to Pier B around 12:40. Long boarding it seems but now finally proceeding for RWY 25R.
So take-off should be +5 hours late.

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